Spark 03 Cohort Launched By Peak XV Partners: Fostering Innovation and Empowering Female Founders

Keeping these two sectors at the center stage, venture capital firm Peak XV, formerly known as Sequoia Capital India and South East Asia, has announced the launch of its new startup cohort, Spark 03.

GVFL Invests Rs. 100 Crore in 2023: Charts Course for 2024

GVFL has invested Rs. 100 crore in more than 10 startups in 2023 showcasing their commitment to innovation. Going forward, GVFL plans to invest in more than 20 start-ups in 2024 to support the growth in the entrepreneurial ecosystem.

Asha Ventures announces first close of debut fund at $50 million

impact investment firm Asha Ventures has raised $50 million; to mark the first close of its debut fund – Asha Ventures Fund I.

Pentathlon Ventures announces Rs 450 Cr Fund II to Invest in B2B SaaS Start-ups 

Pentathlon Ventures, an B2B SaaS-focused VC firm, has announced the launch of its second fund with a target corpus of Rs 450 crore.

VC firm gradCapital launches second fund of $6 million; to invest $40k each for 4% equity in student led startups

Student-focused VC firm gradCapital launches its second fund of $6 million. They will offer a $40,000 investemnt at 4% equity.

ah! Ventures launches angel fund worth INR 100 crore to back early stage startups

ah! Ventures announces a maiden alternative investment fund with a corpus of Rs 100 crore. The fund is expected to close its first round of funding within the next 60 days and to be fully invested by the third year.

Early Stage VC firm, Multiply Ventures, secures INR 260 crores for its maiden fund

Multiply Ventures announces closing its maiden fund at Rs 260 crore. The fund is thesis-driven, sector-focused and invests in startups on the Indian consumers across -fintech, retail, health, and ed-tech.

Sequoia Capital announces $2.85B funds for Indian and SEA startups

Sequoia Capital has raised $2.85 billion in funds. The venture capital firm will invest $2 billion in Indian startups, and $850 million in Southeast Asian startups.

Kushal Bhagia and Aditya Singh launch a $10 million fund, All in Capital, to back early stage companies

Venture Capital investors and partners, Kushal Bhagia and Aditya Singh, launch a new $10 million fund, called All In Capital. It will primarily focus on high potential homegrown startups.

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